Also known as Catterick Bridge Racecourse, Catterick Racecourse, set in the heart of North Yorkshire is popular choice with horse racing fans. Its history impressively stretches back to when races were first held there in 1783. The racecourse features a packed calendar, consisting a mix of flat and jump racing throughout the year. Noteworthy races taking place at Catterick include the North Yorkshire Grand National and the Catterick Dash. These are often highly competitive races, providing much excitement for those in attendance.

Facilities at Catterick are second to none and keep race goers in mind. From three course meal dining in the Winning Streak Restaurant, to a pint in a track side marquee and private suite packages, there’s something for everyone whether you’re there on a family day out or with a group of friends or coworkers.  There are plenty of fixtures to attend over the months and with such a compact course it’s easy for spectators to get close to the action.

The track’s layout, consists of mix of sharp turns and straight runs, making it an exciting wildcard of a track in many ways. With a 3 furlong run-in on the mile round course, you’re sure to get a great view of the action. All in all, with its accessible and welcoming location, packed racing calendar, Catterick racecourse is a great choice for day at the races.